15 Nisan 1857 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 6

15 Nisan 1857 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 6
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6 NEW YORK HERALD. juki go h don bkknbtt, s jito* *m> pkupkimtok. PPIC* " w CtlHNKH or PTLT?M AND NASSAU tit. V?a? ?n>. -m 104 tlUMIMA mil bioadwa* rHUTftI ?rcDdw?r?Tailtua tt ob? j Utm Din or Ponrm _____ MBUTO ObIDUi Inhw??Ithiii OrtB ?La Tu'Uft. _____ B0WU1 raufkt, >wb>-Ci'?m or cbibb .'i w and jaDB ? butbbb?l/oa* fir a it'ifeb. BL'KTOH'S *? oruM*By, apixMM MM at. ?butifoi ra?i< ? - To pl?B wallack* rrt'tll. iw 1 ?m- Poob (lumi?> ?Wbd'i ConroiBB' LAUBa CKkvB'V ru?i ?i a* BifMni-Lotbor a Piuci-Tii tun. a* m Bbids BAA?0*f AAB*<C4!? MOKOt MiAim - *tmr nooi- Wirk?D Wir?- M r?T?i? Maid Bickao Wire?Mb aid Mb*. Piiii Whiti. OBUOamrvi! .uru voolfi M.wftBiA m Hrma wb7?vruoriAD pniniiur? *i? ybar calls. bucklay'w mhbit agiki, mi imiwu-*rnoriA? nu^ratnw- u iiflf 4t<ib? mhoaaiics' w? ahk hluldim, At hititritiu Iimtuu tallki a.CL11, Brw'vtr -m<. Dnrttu'a Emcu?h An ootca a*, ad In >m TbtIl WranttAai. April IS, INftT. natls ii?* K.iuuMr tpb miwtorx bahald? xpitios por stoop*. Tkl Canard hip AM*. Oaptala Lou, will itirt tfeU port to d?y tor Liverpool. Tha mailt will oiom la thta city at half-peat tea o ?ioek IB tha ntorr log. Tha Baropaaa edtttoa of the hbbald. primed la Preaob had English, will be published ai tea o'slook la the mo ratal. Single ooptaa, la wrapper* etxpaooa. BabaoriptMoa and advertlaamante for ear adlUoa or tha Vaw Tobk Bbeald will b? raoetved at tha following phwaa la Knropa:? haaaoa?Am 4 EarapaaaKxprmaOo., tl King William el. Pabih? Do do. S Plaae do la B?araa. Lrvmrooi? Do do. 0 Cbtpal ureal. bnaron^Joka H ner, IS Ksabaaaa airaav ton. hato?Am 4 Eur * ? R*pr*a? on. 11 RaaCoraallla. I'ht News. Both branches of the Legislature were hard at work up to a late hour las' Bight Oar despatches give the details of their proceedings The Eicise bill and the bi 1 establishing the exterior harbor line paased to a third reading in the Assembly. The Broadway R< ilroad bll still hang* Are. The Annual Appropriation bill passed the Senate. The Harbor Commissioners, in vie a of the possible failure of the bill, establishing an exte'ior ine for New York harbor, have issued a proclamation forbidding encroachments upon the lines defined by them, until such time as the Legislature takes definitive action upon the subject The Governor has selected Simeon Draper, James W. Nye, ana Jacob Chalwell, of New Y<rk; J. S. T. Stranahan, of Brooklyn; and James Bo wen, ot Westchester, wbo, together with the llayora of New York and Brooklyn, form the Board of Police Commissioners, under the new police law. A batch of harbor masters and port wardens hare also been appointed. Their names may be found under the proper bead. Our de-pat* hes from Washington announce Mr. Reed's acceptance of the China mission. He will leave in the steam frigate Mtirimic about the middle of M*y text. The steamships Boraseia and Ericsson, respectively from Hamburg aua Liverpool 1st inst., hare arrivea. with four days later news from Europe. The moat important part of tbe news is tnc result of the FnfHuh elections. The conservative leaders have experienced an overwhelming defeat in the boroughs nil the prominent opponenta of Lord Palmcreton's administration have been defeated. A despatch from Madrid state* that the Mexicun war fever still continued to prevail in that cap>tal, and that France had officially endorsed the policy of Spain. It was thought that the elections in Spain would terminate in a government triumph. The Enioeror Napoleon continued to mediate betw een Austria and Sardinia. Tbe Neuchatel Conference was still in session in Paris. The Infanta Don Enrique ot Spair. was ordered to leave tbe country am: take up hui residence in France. There was a large influx of ltu*.?un noble* to France, ewaiticg to honor the Arcnd.ike Con.*tantine on hti> arrival. Some political arrests had been made at Lvous. In Liverpool cotton and bread- i fttufln weie qniet, with little variation iu price. Con- . sola axe quoted at 93f?an advance. The Spanish Cabinet bu found it ne.eet.iry to address another diplomatic note to th* reprearnta tives of Spain at Paris and London, so as to remove false impressinns at those courts an to the intention of tie government in relation to Mexico. This document tie :1 area triat Spain dot a not in'.end to re wort to force so long aa there is a hope of ac.-orn i pliahine its purpose by peaceful means. It is ulao | demro thai I'i anre baa oilered to act aa a mediator; it is chained in ttie Spanish papers tli it fie Mexican Knvoy. Mr. Lafragua. had done his utmost to induce the French government, to i itertere in the | dispute, so as to paralyze by ita influence and ad- j vice the act.on of hjmin. The passage of the Borussia was an excellent me. ' Theacrsw sUamers are rapidly tsinn<ng their way to public tnvor. The screw attain hip Glasgow, which arrived on Saturday last fiom GU-goar, brought us files of papers in advance of the mail* by the Cunaid steam-xi'p Niagara. which arrived at Boston on the same daj that the Gla?g .w arrived at this port Id today's Hebald we pnMiih additional news from Nicaragua New Granada, 1'eru, Mexico and Cuba, a force had been landed at Sun Juan d d flur to protect the American CuOsul from violen t-. Dr. Caldaell, of the United States Navy, bad left I Panama to explore the Istbruus of I>a-ien. He designs following the route pursued by Lieut. Strain on hii unfuttunatc "xpeuition. Our correspondent at Peru gi?*? a brief yet accurate statement of the position of he contending far lion a in that republic np to the lf-t'o nit., togt tber wth the decree of tlen. Vivaiico. the reTointtonory chiel. relat've to the guano < on'r acts. Our Guavma", P. It. corrtsjauident. writing on 1 the 2let of M*n-b. repoit* the sugar market as ;]r<r, | with the crop urawjiip to a rl<* at a one third ave- I rage yield. Cuoice brand* were taken at 17. riaiitriH wm thua enabled to pa> the cx rcine* of failing (k'.ate* Snne rtfieeblng rains lud Ui.ea. Freight* aire dull. AmcrWu p .<l?icc wan aetrre and arrival* looked for. The Beruclif nnninifb am will ?at attia *tc<l a large cro*d of r|?eet.ttor* at tb* Barrngite'a Court yeaterd.y Miw Augusta Cunnlm:' am wa* air In ! put on the rt-n d to t> -tlfv in repar i t ? tie Tvirriajo ?f Fer mother with Br. Burdeli. The ra?e for the c launm : cloned i*f'?rrthe adjournment of t ic c >urt. We gi*i la a anther jiart of tlie paj*r n full rep >n oi i the teetin opy. The committee of the Tammvny Sachem* aiet jeafij t and decided upon a )t*i < ! n?mc* to c?>r at'.tote tbe amalgamate d convent on which a ill lx> reported at II A. M. to-day to lb* Cain-It. There waa a ?oniolete delegation Irom the Smull (oaimi'tw, lait t|>e Sevage people had conli -t nits from 0?o Eighth, Fifteenth. Nineteenth, Twcnieta aul Twer t> first warn#. The** were all settled, and the umpire* coiv appointed by the K?"bettn. Ibe Board of IF preeentathc* ol U?e Fire lienert ment met l?at night and elected tW> lowing named pevaor.ft to mrve in tbc Board n< Fire? Warden* for the winning three ycara,x\r.Mi b?l E :hel. (reelected.) .lo> n 8. Clayton, J ho DowMy aad in drew Owe me. Tl?e Ibardif Ten f iovernora met ye?t*rJay and Uaneaeud i<>fi?d^ra?>le routine b ?ine??. The Ban dall a Inland ( on.mittre madt n long report In rcferen to allege ?nielty on Ibe part of kf la* i?Hl MKi. the priD' ipa! of the school, and at their *uggerti'.n the Board pa?-ed a resolution asking the Tweltii ward S lm| Tronteea to remove her, an ! in the meantime the children aie to be withdrawn N from the school. At tbe instance of Mr. Town tend a com mi'tee was Appointed to inquire in-o the Alleged interference of the m <le principal of the school with the children professing the Uotntn CAtbolic faith. The AldermAoic Committee on Finance had a meeting yesterday, and decided to report in favor of appropriating $'2,000 t# tbe publication of a new woik on music for the use of the inmates of the Institution tor tue 1U<nd, which work will enable them to 'earn music without difficulty. Tbe great mercantile slander suit of Fowles against Bo wen, of the firm of Bowen ft McNamee, was on the Superior Court saleudar yesterday for trial, but was again postponed on motion of the defendant, and set down for this morning. A fiieoccuned Oa Charles and Lombard streets, Baltimore, last evening, and before it oould be sub dued propei ty to the amount of half a million was destroyed James MiUlnger's planing mill at Pittsburg wis destroyed by fire yesterday morning. Loss $80,000. .iiouii* or oouoa ycaarSay emrraosd aboai 8.000 ohttt in traasitu. The ma'ket doiel wl hooi osang? in prteas Daspatehas rsoaivad yesterday, dated at Nee 0 Sana and Mobile tbe 18ia laaiaot, oaadrmid ha irp iu n aerotng injury to tbs cotton plaata la s >ai a'c tosa fiom frost So g -eel had this injury ktw tail ta mnrpiaa at to rsadvr rtpl?ntt?g neoewary Fiou vu ?m*o? it* c?dh per Nrm iiiht i*r m ootDnoo brsads, vita ntttr man dstag fwt qot?t a ?n?*li lot ot prime Soathera white sold u I CO Cora ?a In good demand, with anlea of Weal. ere mn?a et 7le end of BonUtern aai Jereey yellow at K? Pork waa beiry and lower, with aU u t'i'2 ff'rt 2f>; .h1 laiice fljiure wet for a aberk on the 1?y of in*. Tli* rt xklcder told In the rsgaltf war. at w ilea It oloted ooil Lard waa In good demand, aalea of toa bbla ai 14 Ho. The tnoiemeaoy of the wetfher ta the for*neon et rebel aalea la aogare. The maafcet waa q Uie Arm and aalea ocattaed to 100 bhda. Ouba moeaorado at li ,\c , and 10 do , Port- Bioo at ll\o. Coffee waa quiet but fl m Mr Soott eatlwatea the stick of ailklaia at 118.U8 baga, of w hich TO,100 were Rio Freight aoga<emfDto wire m'tdera'a, and quoiaUoaa haary. To Liverpool. 3 000 bbla floor ware taken at 3a. Od ; roala at la 0d., aaa oompreoaed oottoa at The Derision of the Administration on Che China QnrtUon. By reference to our telegraphic despatch from Washington. and to the letter we this day publish from Loudon, the exact state of the China question will be ascertained. A flood of light is thrown upon the past and present relations of the United States with the Chinese Empire by these important documents. To commence with the latest steps in the matter. The administration have nominated William B Reed, a prominent commercial lawyer ot Philadelphia, to the post of Minister to China; and this appointment is understood to meet the views, not only of the President, but of Mr. Robert J. Walker, who understands the Chinese question better, probably, than any other living American state-man, and who would perhaps have gone to China himself, but that his services were required in a higher and more responsible office. Mr. Reed will not proceed, it is believed, directly to China. At the suggestion of Lord Napier, it is eipected that be will sail from hence to England, and conmilt with the governments of Fratjce and Eogland in reference to their policy in China; having obtained all the light they have to offer, he will proceed on bis journey by the overland route as far as Aden, where the United States squadron will be in watting to receive, and forward him to his destination. Tbe basis on which Mr. Reed's instructions are framed is careful and sound. The adminnistration, addrcswd by the ambassadors of France and England on the subject of the late troubles in China, and solicited to afford them as large a measure of co-operation as wai consistent with national policy, have teplied in an elaborate despatch, pre pari d by Mr. Cass. This document, in a kind and friendly manner, expresses the sympathy which the President feels for the cause which must be promoted by the succtss of the English; but at the same time adverts to the traditional policy ot the republic in st< ering clear of entangling alli ances, and foreign wars. It is not the intention of Mr. Bnchauan, sa^s this despatch. to depart from this policy of ncn-intcrf?nnce. and he mu?t therefore decline to co-op* rate in a military or naval or political sense, with the maritime powers of Europe in prosi cuting hostilities against the Cirineae. But, a* this country poreesses large inten-u in Ctiioa, and carries on an ?xteasive trade with that part ot the *01 Id, the President conceiv >s that he is justiflid in co-operating peacefully with the Knrnpi an powers in endeavoring to induce the Chinese to relax tlu-ir rule of exclusion, and to admit oreigoers to every part of their country. Tins Mr. Ret*1 is directed to do. and for the better fulfilment of bis purpose, be will be provided witb a naval force sufiicient to impose upon | Orknlals. and, U necessary, to protect the lives 1 ??d prop*it? ol our people in that meridian. For further details both of the reply of Mr. I Ch* to Lend Nap^r and <>f the instruction* to 1 be ham1? d to Mr H< ?-d. tbe reader max be ref?ri. d to tbe curious do -umcnt. published in our I Lo'tdoo letter. This was a memorandum huuled I by the Hon Robert J Walker to Mr. M irey or k, 1 WM . rA rv, a* lk.1 hUDie UlTK I u uuw.1 vi iuu ^oi/ uvk ai mv niuu ?n his cppointroe'.t lo the mis-ion to China : by pome ni' atp or other, it mnnag' d to did its way acre*** the Atlantic. and create a good deal of ?zcih moot il re among politician* and ecoaonii'U It now comes bock to us. and in, we understood, r? ?ommeridcd by Lord Napier, and accepted by tbe Cai'tnct as 1h( basis of our fuinrc Chinese policy. To appreciate It fully, it must be remembered tkulh Uite tbc Tartar coixjiiett. foreigners wcts rot only allowul to visit China but special laws *(!' mad' tot their protection and thndu'y ol ntfordirjr ibtn hospitality was considered sacred. At tbni time, tk p- was l>ut hiUc trade brtweeo Europe am China. and the kindness of the Chinese viae fruitlipe. Curing the eighteenth omtury, thePrrtngncK at Macao. and ?h*' East India C >mpury at Carton commenced a am ill trade in *<lk? optnm aid tin: trouble* an dug. I.ord Mncntitey wn? sent 'o I*. kin hi lTfiii; moreiroabhs lo) OKing. Laid A in fx i ,t nuwl tfie * ?? iourney In lslf.; tail t'K tn s'y or birgain which w>is n.ndo was of the mod unsiilislacory chain-1<?\ The Chhxsp ns a ottlon. wonll M>t i'c?;"ipe 'h" toreigticis at all. The n'txuwt <t? y v < re willing to do * i? to ajpe'nt a clot corporation o* Chinese mer11 inu 10 ti. i whi cvet bt?:o< - |0 |uircd attiuDi ii wi'li Mi Coup my jf the Er.it iadiw. The only p'^tg'"ft open were s pin nt Cuiton nnd Macon. Thi'l.i??e<j till la.1t, wh<>n I be alteuiti u ol the latus o' the East Ind'a j Company Hi w op-a its port* nnd it" pdrfl'jps ?o the wm Id. Itwastn.vtr *.tUud to what ex h? th*" tb iiv'c ii.ialid.iHjd the l.iriraia a tb On Ct,ifM*< : n aHir He opening of the put of Canton w? .'ii ft nigu TeswJs b irta to cro cd in tmnMes l?>a*u to ari?e orx ? more. Tj? sel/ire of the opium wb-vb led ?o the Opium W ?r >\ as |p I - Ml: iheChiiukc sccw to ti? to hue Icon right on the up: im i|Qentlon; but tlic Ejulish and lo nor )cm?o net the worih of the np nui than to cotppi I the Chine* to admit foreigner*. to otln pnOs of the rnipipp. They prn>o:iiM BW YORK HERALD WEI it oiitil the Emperor declared bia willingoeas to sign tbe treat/ of 1842. by which the Island of Hong Kong was ceded to the British, and Araoy, j Foo-Cboo, Ningpo. Shaogbae and Canton opened to tbe world. "Caleb Cusbing on behalf of tbe 1 United States signed a similar treaty to that of the English (we give it in another column) in tbe > ear 1844. Such is tbe diplomatic history of the past As to tbe tacts, tbe treaty has been partly evaded by tbe Chinese, and partly by our people. We have treqnently bcaid of lawless behavior on tbe part of Englishmen aod Americans in China; huo of the live ports only Canton and Sbangbae have ever been of the slightest use. Into Canton no foreigners have been allowed to penetrate. There have been squabbles from time to time between the authorities of China aud our representatives abroad; but nothing of auy lUUUiruw Tlie main reason why we require to Bend out a new Minister to Cbiua. and to arm him with peculiar powers is that oar treaty expired by limitation ou the 3d July, 1856. Mr. Reed will th is Bid the ground clear. It is to be hoped that he will be able to fultll the plan traced by Mr. Waiktr and to obtain from the Chinese not only permission to trade to all parts of the coast without hindrance, but to penetrate the couQtry, ind build railroads, telegraphs and steam machinery wherever the people can pay for them 11m Or tat Won or the ago-rhc laying of the Toitgroph Cable. ~J Various correspondents and editors in different parts of the country endeavor to txcase Mr. Toucey for refusing to permit our reporters to accompany the expedition which is aboat to lay the telegraph cable, by laying the blame of the act on certain petty clerks in the Naval Department at Washington. It may be true that Mr. Toucey has had little to do with the ungracious lelusal we have met wuth; it certainly smacks of the igBorance and impertinence of the clerks in the circumlocution office; but we put It to the correspor dents who have written to us on the subject, can we under auy circumstances go behind Mr. Toucey? Are we not bound to hold him responsible for tbe acts of his Department? We beg to assure these gentlemen that they are IU CUUl 1U uxipuvia^ W US UUOUUIjr tu Uit'U IX1CUU Mr. Toucey; what we know of his past career is not to his discredit, and we are fully prepared to do him ample justice. But under the circumstances bow could we act? Ecdoubtedly, measuring things by their ef fects, the laying of the telegraph cable between Newfoundland and Ireland is the leading event of the nineteenth century. Tnis is made apparent by the leaBt reflection. Instantaneous com munication between the shores of Europe and America?and we have the best reason for believing that communication will be iustantaneous?will necessarily revolutionize trade, society. government and civilization. Speculation in cotton, corn and money will be continued, no doubt, but on entirely different principles. The purchaser In London will be made aware ot the receipts of cotton at New Orleans and Savannah on the very day on which he concludes his purchase; and our corn and stock brokers, in this city, will have on a placard before them, when they meet in the morning, in their exchanges, the rulingfLondon. Paris and Hamburg prices ot toe fume day. rontically, the couse1 quencej of the submarine telegraph most be momentous. For all practical purposes, it will ren der Europe and tbe United States coterminous States. They will necessarily participate in our political movements, elections, and so forth; and wo, in like manner, shall be made eye witnesses of thtirs. Eveij morning at breakfast, they will hear what new vindication of tbe principle of f*lf-gorernmcut and human dignity has seen tbe light tbe day before in America; and we, in our turn, will know, several hours before the actual ' occurrence what the great men of Europe have said and done for science, for letters, for econo- ' my. and for truth. In one word, the submarine I telegraph will do mere to demolish exclusive national barriers, and to spread a healthy bu- 1 inane cosmopolitan feeling among the leading OHtions of Urn world tbau any o'her enterprise or event that is recorded in the history of the Jmmnn race. It was for this r so son, and on account of the vast importance to science, civilization, and commerce of the laying of this first transoceanic cable, that wc proposed to go to unusual cxixusc for the purpose of preseutioz the public with tbc earliest. m'?t accurate, and most complete account of tbc ceremony. We deter| mined to secure the service* of two thoroughly competent per?Hjn*. whom we could send abroad in the Niagara and her conoirt; engaging thom. at no common coat, to accompany the expedition from it* departure till it* return, and to prepare a full, correct, and popular narrative for public information. Actuated by tbe motive* which u?uull) govern a leading daily paper, , we were anxious to be beholden to no one, and ! we propor* d to pay for the loanl and other ex- i pcore* cf our rorr epondent* during their ai?- j f< ner: *o tbui the only far or which we had to urk of tho Secretary of the Navy wa- pcrm'iwion fur our representatives to Maud on the dcclo* of . the xrrwla daring the day. and ?ix feet of apace for their bammock at night That fas or bo- l?e?n r<fu?od, on the ground that there is a rule against it ' a d- d old ole rulet'- iul?"?and ttiat the carriage of pw-cngir* is inconvenient to the navy. Wc have 00 desire to impun> to Mr. Tou^y ' any voire fnnit than r?enl appointment to power, and wo beg to diaw bis a'tention and that i of the Cabinet ot whi:h bo forms a part, to the decision at which ho ban arrived. S'joald the exclusion of our correspondents b? pitnrcrud in. w? man iiiiw 'Hwr'pni?i< ?v <??. laytn? or the cnblo Iron the tflfccr* ol tin- ?Mpp and tp.- gentlemen of iIm' v_l<vra|ih cflnpiui): ttm?; nvyiotl will b" \try i:oh?j4 noiIvum, i?.jt beini written by tailors or merchant*. will not nearly be -o ?uitablo for fh' public "fr <i? -imMnr report* j?r?:pttr?d by ]>' reon practi.-"'! iti journalism, anil accustomed to write for public tU in. Toe only rotiw,pi"ii',e of Mr. Toil'c?> r?Hir< will lb"fc loti' In? tbat the public will havw bml reports where tuty might liiv n.i'l tro ill ii'n. % At tj Uhj conHi|iv nei# ol' tnmii'i m o ir correrintv! tin. be we <lo not apprehend that, any u ?rii>1< ruc'i I ol rival report' r* inI13 c poctod. Two or tbtee jomnaK Hied l?y ' imla'lh'i, ut*y strain a point to KnJ on r.gtut: bat the xpenae will nflbc- \ tually 0't?.r the thrin^. i-'ix place* for himmocK? would l?c more tlian vr.uld he ncxlid V'o have retoWrxl not to lit tM* matter drop 'I In public if cti'ttli-d to know bow t||.? ' telegraph raid" Is laid. 1 r?? x<>v rnineut ha' no 1 l'n?inrf?i to mike a bom and corner arrange meat of It; It bw no f nb( to exclude the ri p riM'otalive* of tbe ptifa Tim laying of the table la a ptiblu:. no- t ub rprl?". Tim votmiu nt lctid? it* whip-", in obcd'nnco to U11 act ' of Coegwaj hut the sendee Is obriou'ly not )NE3DAYlAPRIL 15, 185' one of those aervioes to which the rule against passengers vu intended to apply. On the oontiary, by undertaking the work the ships of the UuiUd States Day , become assimilated to merchant vessels and ought to be governed by the came rules. At any rate, as the rule against the carrying of passenger- in national vessels is subject to exception, as in the case of ministers plenipotentiary, we contend that this case ought to be regarded as an execption. We do not intend to let the matter drop. What course we may ultimately pursue the administrat rat ion and the Secretary of the Navy wfll leara in due time; but one tbiag Mr. Touoey may rest assured of, we r-bu.ll not let tots thing drop. IJalf the FcicntiOc workl Is waiting anxiously to hear bow the cable was laid; bo<h in order to learn something more about the bed and body of the ocean, and also to guide themselves in the laying of a hundred other submarine wires. S'lall t.h<?A (M-ntlrini'ii lie kent waiting for SIX mouths or a j ear after the return of the oxpoditioa, until the Navy Department can Gad time to publish their story t The tbiug is absurd and ridiculous.

We are entitled to have a correspondent ou board each of the ships used on the expedition; simply because the public, who pay for the idiips and for jtr. Toncey too, are entitled to know how they are used, and because they cannot do this unless wc send reporters We ask no favor for them. We have as much popular right to have a place for our reporter on board a national ship, on such a great occasion, as we have to place a reporter in the national House of Representatives at Washington in order to give their sayings and doings to the country. We don't want, we wouldn't take a plate of pea soup, or a sailors' biscuit from the navy stores without paying tor it; we desire expressly that our correspondents shall place themselves under the command of the naval officers, and observe in every particular the naval rules and regulations All we want is deck room by day, and six feet of shelter by night. We may be denied this altogether: but if we are, the world shall know of it, and shall be introduced formally to Mr. Secretary Toucey. Mkxican State Dooimknts.?We publish today the text of the new constitution of Mexico in ntenso. Its proclamation was accompanied by a manifesto to the nation emanating from and signed by President Comonfort and all the ministers of his government, giving a succinct account of tbe principal events that have occurred in the nation since the advent to power of that government. The tone of this document corresponds rematkably with tbe tone of the farewell mauif? stos of Arista, Santa Anna, Carrera, and all who have had an; experience ef the cares of Presidency in that distracted republic. All the days ot the government?exclaim Comonfort and his ministers?have been days of tribulation and trial. The government has been in constant strife with ignorance and fanaticism, worked upon by antinationa' interesta. But it declares its trust in the aid ot Divine Providence to guide It through the rugged paths which it has yet to traverse; and it calls heaven to witness that not a single one ot its acts will tail to have for its sole and exclusive object tbe prosperity, the aggrandizement, the happiness ot the nation. Tbe history of tbe difficulties with Spain is given in an easy, quiet, unimpassioued strain, the only evidence of feeling ui the matter being in reference to the extraordinary bouncing oil' the diplomatic stage ot Mr. Sorela?an act for a parallel to which, says the manifesto, the history of diplomacy would be searched in vain. But it is not to be supposed, according to the same document, that the conduct ot Mr. Sorela merits tbe approbation of his government In reference to tbe hostile attitude of the church to the government, the manifesto, besides commenting on the revolutionary movements instigated by ecclesiastics, refers to the Pope's allocution, which, it says, abounds with false or misconceived statements of fact, showing that either the allocution is apocryphal or that the Iloiy Father has been grossly deceived. Bat whether authentic or not. its official character and legal efficacy is repudiated, the government recognizing no superior in temporal matters. Altogether, this manifeato is a highly interesting State paper, written with much ability and evidently with candor and fairness. It reflects credit on Comontort and his government It he will only now act with a little high-handedness in requiring the clergy to swear to the new constitution, and treating them as traitors if they refuse, he will entitle himself to the eternal gratitude of Mexico and to the admiration of all true republicans over the world. Cown.imknts Over tuv. Left.?Tbe Little Villain compliments us almost everyday. In one of his latest cAorta he flatteringly calls this jonrrol "that great organ of public opinioa, which puts in administrations and puts them oat at its pleasure- which regulates the moral, social and political movements of both hemispheres?which created Potoai stock, and swelled the price of Parker Vein from nothing to eighty per cent,*' Ac. Tbe Little Villain is especially sweet spoken in styling us the " historian of the Parker Veia.*' But why stop with the Parker Veto * We have also been the historian of tbe United 8tatos Bank- of the New Llaven Kailroad scrip, including 8cbuy It r of the New York Central and Its delimiting auditor, Schooumaker?of Swaio, the disthnrgid radruad commissioner?of the Maltese n f.'tllxrt at.d Sunooton Congressional lobby operatic!* of Wndcy, the brick church aid o'htr "lock gnmbltng fchwroe*. We bare bxn the hiftortan of great swindles and email once, of lug and I'ttlc villain*, for many yeare pant, at d the Taikcr Vein is but one of many bubbles whore hl-tory we bare record**]. Toe LlUle Villain, however, endeavors to advance car claim* a* u bietorian to tbc beet of bta aMIity, ataS for bis *hortcoroing? let tie take the will for the <Wd. lie would If be could; but if In* rnnnni do lw tier, let 11- etill 1 thankful for Ilifi CTTiftll fKTflTii. Kn mi N r?? " !t !)??< am -Hfltui Jo V.ii: oral aatooaoa o <lay two ?u raarptioa ooac-r<a Ma/ MB' at MiU'it'i lot?^ H>mo alitor ? ?t |tr??<llrPt etllrMM a|> 40 I*" MM or Ui i rtmo l !> >. ami ? hat* no Cnnht () ? in? anhfor'p'.tott wt I br Itntm-dia rtf U lad op No ortiat n.a#n?i? mora at tnn batnta of j *i ;c tbao Madam* <'r ?*; bora fiutrt r.?? if rn? fyoo *wn Ratai ?oo Tv?ji 11 ? I *oi u'klit ihtx pop.i.ar i-oitipony joinit T'fU.6 thcaire a tff'ca rf aroorl: pcr'nman <* prior io tboir rctur* ?< tartft No arfata thai bar# rrer ?MM lb1* en ttrr f?T0 ?ro; ?Hlh *or%n?lr>lf"u ttad l?n?f p! fiiiifH, PJ linif il(ra? n?f? Vi Bl?rU Uio ftror which fa* ho?b tb'*o tbcm Miao I oa'aa l*/oa ?n I loor* bah'r.d her tho b ?hott r?r"Wn? I bat an Mrttab Tocaril baa rrrr aftaibrd amount no ?mum bar prirat* iirlb aal ibo amiab ittf of bar rr tnocrt anil rtxica* hor mr irary to a h<a? <* Mcarfa at fbta ahta of tlm Atlantic Of Mr Harrtif.it It may tta aatd that bo t>o, bit iron ibr urata irai he baa paiaad bcra taffy, and thai ha trill carry away wtiit Mai Mia boat wtabaa of Ibo Amor'rati poobo Tbr opera ttai alibi waa the "Crowa ? w wtieb M'aa I'jao created aaeb a Aarora oa bar trti ay pcaraacc her# II waa my ??D rtry. In a pnvl boitaa T. THE LATEST NEWS. VAAAV/AV. VW.WVV INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON. Programme of the Administration on . the Chinese Question. MR. BRED ACCEPTS THE MISSION TO CHINA, j MBORTANT FROM ALBANY Virtual Passage of the Excise and Harbor j Line Bilk. Proclamation of tlie Harbor i Commissioner*. FltfiCE OF TUB iFmi*F?iAr?II BILL. /w.^.-yvwv^ - I Appointment of Police Commissioners, Harbor Masters and Port Wardens. i Destructive Fires at Baltimore and Pittsburg, Ac., Ac, Ac. Inlmiting from tlMaKigto*, THE OBVAf CHINESE QOSStTON?UfirLY uF UEnBAAL I'ABa 10 LOhP NAFIBK-romcr OF 1UK AOalr IB- j IKATION IN hEFrB.NCE TO CHINESE AKKtlr.S | ArrolNTMKNT UP W. B. KESP, Op PA , AH MINIS- * TSR TO CHINA?Hid INSTUrc?ONH CPJN ' a. J. W ALKKHH PKiHiXAMUE Hid Ph0c*O1Bl? Tot- j SUE TO CHINA, VIA LUNDUS, PAKH, AL*XANI>UIA AMI THE llAll Ha A, E (C. WaSHIKiTON, April 14, 18IT Ob Batnrday iaat the reply prepared by the lecre.ary of Stale, Oea. Caae, 10 the propositions advaaoed by toe British |OTeraaaeBl concerning the afaire or Ooiaa, ess tranaaltted 10 the British Miaieter. Lord Napier This , reply savers twelve maausorlpt pages, rq >al, perhaps ! to one of the elorely prlated aewa columns of to# 9s J kald ; and emhodlte, with great eiaaraeee and precision, and with a pervading spirit of oomlty, 0sudor aid Irlend liaese towards England, the distinct views of our govern eat tooehlsg the pre>aat all I so porta it orlsis la tne affaire of the ? rat oeatral flowery king lorn One of the principal obleets entrusted to the dtplcm itl ^ hill of Lord Napier was to proonre from the goverc,. mart at Washington an active and alileo 00 o per at too, dtploaiaUo aad asUltery, with England and Eraaoa. la 1 Ibetr preeeat determination to remove eil tbe existing 1 j Chinese barriers of ex Inatoa. p >lltlo?l aad oommerctal. I against the outside barbarians." and to open up I that ceat and pronto oountry, fnny aad coapietniy. ' I to aa on (altered commercial intercourse with toe rait or j the world. In poraoaooe of tola gob<rel obj-ot, Lord No-' pier wm charged wlto loslrnotloea (row Lord !'a meriioo to lodtcate to oar Cobtoei the eotio oeiloo It ?oold coaler opoo that of Coe lead, should the Hon Robert J Wa leer i oe (oleo ed aa < or embassador te Cbiot Tbta roravk able applleaitoo to bebal o' Mr. We'kar i* eamy at p'aloed Whoa be wao app -lotad Mtolater to cotae la : ISoS, he drew up a p'rgramaie of wbai be oooatde.red aboold bo tae ao?lre. preo.io.l, potUIre aad oomprebeo I at re poller of tb? Uoliod d'eiea oat there a c py of tbta paper falling loto the bonds of Mr. Cramptoo, It was dao patched to Lord ralnierston, who waa ao profo nelly la ! prreeed with the greed fraction! policy lb oe laid dowa { aa heartily to dealre the aoure co operailro aerriaea of the anther, la tela treaeat oorres.ondlng txmemen: of Kagiaad aad Praaoo. Aceordloglr, i bo tret official appltoatloa cf Lord Napier at Waabwctno wa* lb brbalt of tba appointment of M* 1 Walker to Ohloa aa the own tool a da put to boa all of tba Catted States to ale to aad facilitate tbe ieojmpliabm*o? ef the eomwoa dealree of Ohne eadem la rogard to 'ha Chtaeae empire Bet, Qolrrtaaalely, the Prreideat bad already arleeted Mr. Walker aa tae tnoal aanabie ages! for the paoiB atlon of Kaatat Mr Walker bad aeeepted thla del lea la treat, and of ?*< a laportaaee did the admlalslratlio ooaalder it, that Lord Napier waa giraa to tbdoretaad It aiuat take preoedaaoe etrio ottr tba preaelng olaiaaa of Ch aa Tote, too, aotwltbetaadirgl the" pereooal laterpoeiiioe or aueb tlrtreo* polttlataaa ae W. Seward of Now York, aad 1 Maeftlor (.am or t-eiuorna, la i*?or ? ar. waiter lor i CtDlOB tattOOd of Kihm. at IM whale Ce'ar*# movement of oar governweal baa beau other win* doly ooaetdered and aiaioet perfected, i with oa eye to the .'eolUg olomtat* of Mr. Waiker'a pro ItUM The praciaa view* cf the adaatauirauoa wore laid by Gea Caaa before lord Napltr la hia note of Mat orday, wnloa waa foiowed up by tao appntatmeot of Wo. B. Baad of Peacayitotla, at a rail dtoia.er to me Crleattal Empire I aUo uaderetacd that Mr Read, with all eraTdataat daapatch, will proceed la a goToram?at ateaaer to Boaibaaapaeo. there* to I iadoo ant a oalrroaoa alto Lord PelmereiOD. Iheate to Par a and a o mrereooe with Loala N tp- lain: throes a roaa the Medltarraaiaa la a Brtuab ptsaaaiar ateemer to Aleaaodrla, la Efjf" thoooo ta Seea, the Red Baa, dowa which ha wl:l proo eJ la a Brtiieb ataamer to Adco At tb<a p*?mt ha w 11 ne pioktd op by oor go?f rnment earner, wttoh, In tao lover ral, trow Boathampton, will here paated rooad to A lei 1a the Cap# of Good Hope Prom A duo Mr Kied will proceed direct in Cniaa, where. Imilteaeoui'y wttb ott art ?al all the Amerioaa eeeeela of war In tae Kaat will beooll.oPd, with aoaa important aidltioaa, aadar the oommaad, probably, of Commodore Ptrry Tola waa a femora or Mr. Waiaar'i programme of U13. Tbo Lolled tttoeo goearameot deeltoee the ootangl.eg polio) of a military aad political alileooe wttb Kagiaod aal Fran on la Cbioaao affair*. Tbe roaao* aaaigoed by Geaaral Ceea In the pro nleoa rest upoo the eeieel lord | policy of tbo coon ;ry. Bo oeaoara ta tbo optaioa that ao mtHtnt altbia the reach of diplomacy eh raid he ( kit no triad to opeo the gate* of Chtaa to the commercial aad pollUoal laterooorae of the world; bat ho decimal a I aapanwirwhtp la a Ohteeaa war a* a contingent of the ' Preaeb and EagUh pol.cy. Oar goeemmtai, le.iepmdewtl), will oa* te be*I eOertt with the goeernmeet of . Chita, whether of Hica faag or Tae pmg waag- k? ?h* . ocmrr.oo eada pmpoeed by the tea great ICaropeaa i Poaeia aad the fact that tbo Ooahlag treaty wtil aooa { expire by act cf limitation create* uie direct oorm on oa oer pari for thit more went for lergnr, mora sal rertal aad mar* permaaoat ooaotaoloaa It ta pwalbla, too, that Mr. Hood la Cb'ma may rec i to aome trolaalary aealrtance la aopport of >he cow use ooaao ?f all elrllined powora from Roaata. the haa an agrat at Petta ta the doable capacity cf poitUnai amn*a aador aad leoal patrlatch of lb* G'**k char ih, woo may broom* a oeeful aaalaUat of eero before tan |*me w eaded Then, again, It la believed bare, thai the haa drtdaof tbooeaada of Chiaaaa, wh> have mede the trip ta tb* gald mine* ol California, will contribute i* a ooa1 atderahla degree to too eeMghiaemeat of toetr govern meet ooaeemiag the roweraad rooourom of too Ci ted Biaine. la a word, Ue Caitee Hiateo pn/pw ao ho'y alilaaoe w tb Rrglati eat Fraane, bat no tadnpea lent eoore* of coocorreai dlplnaiany for U? tier com una object* of npia P ns, open rirera and aa < pen country, aad aadar Ute praatlg* ol a po aerial eqaaaroa. ! TRR Af tflltlSeRATlON Oft OCR FORITfl* AFFAfBR ? in> paiTATtKKtao qr latin*?taukh mam I CKMktL AManlCeN QCCdTfON?TBK rtltMl ypaMTioM, KAMaaa, rrc. m *WnJi*ret?a.? A r.wil IA 1KA7 I andmtaaJ, froat authority eetltiee t > mil boitaf, tha 1 ibc I'Wil ^arrrtarr oi Hiat* aid-r* wdoiy r.oa Mr. ( Hairy to bia Tie* npoo the Impirtaai no tjaot Jt prtre Inning. en 1 to lino Mm there will prooah y tx- u c.ffrBi (xpoailioa ut ir? policy of ibo a lanotairelloa i wh'rb will bo highly otie'tctory In Ynmig Amarm?. T? arc will Hue or bo dlff'sHty ?V>ut In* raangi-i i ta 1 j of the it faiio fOTtroiO'-w. of Niearagut ahntiM or? her | hold h'n ground tad atteaiiah hiattir ?? ta* <U ft to to- i ! tborttr ?,f ihof.a'o Tb? rebtnrt 4* aot long np-m toaiger i a mi eater, ??r woit'4 ib*? ho ee?y it* ply *ri*e< 4 ai | 1 hie complete nno*a Hot ?;m*a?ri? ? ooo il?tr| and i eon tnterTcniioe <a another? toei ail. It to npporad It at tto Panama trostolo will bo ee.iled '( .rot a UrPT'.o* n eTrir, bo on- f earn inn m la trailing to hrar from that of Ntw flrtttia. for iht prove; ibo admtr.lelrattne baa aratilt t "torn to car or In offer. *** I p<rioi litre arc toiptog the'. General fTa-aey 14 tor trot to ta?a the ooo tall oat nfj Bcpha'o Yoneg; tout tola preaeni o*a jaeiioa la Kartaa. whiob baa Uta lank of a put* a?c?c fly Mlag TitK bftr oMMtl moraijf? ?. *1*0 Aooffn 01,IK WaMOlt to (.uin* TtlR am M ?rr*TO rrrrp*. W,*oaia<.ti?o, April 14, IBM. Adrtoen of a moot oeaeiiafv ?o?y **ww b,f* b'' ,, fontTi4 rrotB B 011a Mr Morto Bill return withoniavi| one ?a? |?i la b?t earthing. J idf* ftnwi'u <tagh> to bar* drvmaded to* rarrarla ai ?o?a, f tor I'd not I ft* Haw Oroaoatoa imwimm In primlil |o hi counter olila for d?nii. Bath the BeaMeb iM P.?m Mlatotira Mw IhW prreaad gnat anrprtae M iht ooarae UIn hp New Mdl What oearaa oar goremweat will puraoa to mi kae Oca. Rarraa, *im Hiatotor of t&ai republic. to mm roe *o morrow, ui air kin mm eiplutil* tor. Mr. Reed hM impto the mieetoa to Chlaa, aad letre for tato post m mob m the ma frigate dla&a am to got ready?eey tbe middle if May Prupoiviota for balidtig lBe Nee York akeea oa ware c pee ad t? day. Fifteen vera offered. tbi uunti iiwriru la-turni TBI FLOafBA INDIAeB?PlACetUL MB?H(jefH 6ORTI0 TO?MI LIT aKr PKOOKetttfK ?0* lltoll Waiuiituton, april if, ill Tbe 8- a-alary cf the Int-ilo- baa giaea rail latfaoti to Meeeia Rector aad Garrett, lod aa Areata, woo h left WaiblDgtoa for the eceaa of their dotira, to or (a a delcgaitoa from tba Orook* and Ssmlaolee raatdiag i of tbo Mlarwippl to proofed to Piori j* ta tba aatatoa tbe eipeolal baalnaaa o'parauadtna Billy Bow'oga aad ioUo acre to emigrate Tba t onda cfemteoiea, tba t. ricnt la aware, are too proua to oe ioroea to taia i at van point of the bayonet, and boaoo the rotor prannTnl meatnreo wktoh will, it la ooaBdanUy ballot aaoomplnh that important moaaaro la tlaw of abcro mentioned dratga tbaro will maaawailo ka aotlaa military moruNtla la t Oitda Thai a will be no troope atailooed ta Kaaaaa who k la aa* way been complicated la taa faroaer diffl initio thai Territory. Ia addition to taa large foroa dot died aooomoanylog the oummlaaioa to roa tbaaoatkora koo ary line of Kaaaaa, a aommer oamyUga ta ehaidaa Cheyenne* mad Kmwaya la arranged, aod oororal offla an noar bora noetetag tree.So tnatruotlota ta tkat a None of tfcaee troops an la tended for Utah, aa hat b eeajeetared. The cm of Uent Gillie, rorlooghel, la bafon one the Natal Ooorta of Inquiry, and that of Llaat. fa. Oh d<er bofon 'be -tber. Apputiitmtut of Poliee Oammiseloaere, Ha bur HUatart and Port Watdoma. A Btat, Aortl it. 18H The following appoiatmenta wen beat la to tba Sea to day:? Tba i olio wing warn appointed Polloa Oommlaataa nadtr tea aaw bill:?Simeon Draper, Jamaa W Njro i Jarob Col well for Now York; Jamoa Bo ran for W theater, a ad J 8. T. Straaabaa for Klaga. Am *g the Harbor Matter* war# tba following:? J erne* T 8 agg. Archibald Hall, Oaptala Hart, L. Hi ry, Oaptala Howard t bbetta, WUJls Tappaa, Spam Benedict and W J. A roller Among the Port Warden wen ths following ? Mtntborn Tompblna, Jooopb Tlnkbam, Ml ward B. ii man, fa 0. a tug Jjbn Friend, Oban H B ram ball m Edgar MaMnllaa Bailor. Meoh feeling In manifested and maoh tiriWaol p ralia abont tba oapttol ?? TUHK hKHJUniHIi taMh alb tirr, April 14, ItAT. A lerfe number or remonatreaoee wero prwat Moto'l o railroad to Uetrereliy plaoo. biiu uronni favorably. to authorize oerwla railroad com pin lea to tako at* la too BoAaM and International Railroad Oompaay. 1 o incorporate the Pot pie' Ferry, botirooo New Ta aad Hiaien la land. For ttr proaar vaUoa of Usher and atone la the Oaa data reeerretlon. ni le oaoaaao to a third rradiro. T* enable thi Natr York ro.erviiore t> ralee ftO.O for deOeieociee la the depigment o ropatra aod at ppfe to pro ride lor the erection of n new oily hall la Be Taik. For the rdlef of the Fre-iklin Academy. to author tie a loao to the Aat earn t.itorary laaUM APT KAN OOa HEdMIOK. HILLB I'AWIB The aaaaal Appropriaitoa oiil waa ooaalderod la Qa? s tiae of the Whole, aad after aome ameadmant* w rrao a third tone aad paaaod. The Senate ooaonrred la tha Aaaemhly ameadmaa to the bill to preTOat tha sale of fraudulent n~?iMW ttokeia. aad relatlm to tha claim? of midiera of (81 f the oommlttee of eifot report* 4 complete the A bat Bnitfo bill, aad oa motion of Mr Up&am It wm rat a third Ume aad paaaod by ayea It. aayo it. in Lie ordored r > a third reading. Ta proride tor the eprototmeai ot UommlVooora 1 bulid'Df tha new Oity Hail, Na* York Ketariya to tie fire lie pari meal of Brooklyn, F.uta Detrtet Ta inoerperete the New Vork Teniae had Wrookt Oamoaar. t# pro ride ror the belter orgaalsaUna of tbe poht acbooie 10 New York Mr Bmooia intror u*e:i a bid etnborlioa aale toll failed Hatee ot iba alte eh era lor lb* Pun Om j? la Nw York, wbea the aame la eel acred. fee sill waa oedari to a third readiag ivmiNO PiMION. mi >e rAMen OirlDg epaaeat to the I oi.ed .<t?aaa to pershaaa laad la ta* eity or New Y'ork for a poet iffln* alio Amending the law reiatlra to ojmmoa landa at Saaj awed, year oa eouaty Krlit re to pleok aod tamp<ke r?<te la y ie-n? ro'ietj r>r tae regniailoa of the goreraaaaat of Ontrnl Part Now York Aauadirg the law rolallro to eoaeeeaiente ta ths elt at New York. aiLU oanaaan to a thibi< wuiiau. Koiallte to rhaleagw for |urora Toe ?U I pro ride It at op*n oaa formed by tx jtrie alateaiaata. or fcsa aeeaoeper aoooonte, of cnmiaai oeaee. a jail not do quel f> a juror, aed ereatea a peremptory obilienfe ta tha t eople To pro*trie lor rxtra pay to the Coaaoa Mnnbei, Klag eoanty. A eumbrr of rapeblloaea who oad at flrat roto i la th nrgaiirarbaBgrd tbeir rote to aa to o?rry the bill. Tb* bt I aaa paaaon by?A? aa, 09, Neya, 4d. Mitta rearm To Incorporate the New York and Harlem HuapsnAM Bring* .ompapy. to amor d the act for tha booaflt of the IndianaTea J lat raaoiatloo reorgnaiiiDg too Court vi Aiptah aad -uprrmo (joint waa a-ioplod alter ntralag out tat pronau a ee t? the ti rma o> toe Appeal Jadge* The Joint reaeintloe lar Ibe aa<-at lerat of too coaMb lulloa, ao aa to more elTeeinaliy present aod puelaa bal bar j aadoorroptloa at elenttoaa, waa adopted. Awmblf. Auujrr, April 14. 1BB7. ua PAMBD. To ad u>a ok or tor of tba Martaora' Hartaga Lank toir toy tacraaatag iko laout to bo raoolrod oa dopoM to M.CM. To aura* Iko oknrirr of Ua Broadway flnrtaga tank tola. To incorporate tbo lata Krioaad I oka Ktofelgaa Tna alt Hblp L'aaai Oat/may. To aaacad tbo (loaoral Taaoraaca act. To ?mn a tbo Rorlaod Matataa ralabra to II ail tod part aorafeipa. la roiatioa to a mat rm rata of taioa oa taoorparaM ooaipaawa. Koiaura to aowerago la Brooklyn. aataotvirra* rib* wnaai. Tbo Metropolitan Bonk toot ta a rii'Mt aa wtMia arm pi font oaritif tbo year if b'lia of ntbor baaka. Thd total amount of tbo redomntooa wao IB? 4*0.0011. malaair# of bill# oat of too city and ooaaty at Saw York, bat la tbo Plate, raaromt'l at par rha oipnaaaa of dm ro crmpttan <iopafi"iaot aoro B40.Btt Tao qiarmr par rrat iree.-rro oa meacy of tbo d a uin at anonaal roonaird to $l?* .*80. I'M naa btif aaid to taa baaka. ih? av ma am arc M- morod i-> # ?,>enl ?6a Ulrd rnad'og at Witt, Ir urni't m tako tba kiowa all from tao labia aad ittar it w a apcrial r- wmUioa to rrptrt r imptoto. art"' It I trd Hot'I ' "I opiwaod ant Mmtrt Tawm aat Hal rr parted th* mo Moo. I be m i a not r?mi I oaii than to* \ ator ratadlba rra^'ttif r not o' ordT ba -aaaa otBor nrtora o? ankaaoa warn tiat bop ro tar H >i ta ar ? in try tha tnUrrrotaf 'lata 4 bmiirti oa ih? tali la oar after aaotber, nttk iba naotw tion o?r riaaaad, aad id-jj loka u,i bit rra?/lu'i*'n T?o 'ra*M* again raind It oat if ariar, .?a "bi C 'Had Jltt >t atoptiw"!oa tao nouitt-lt'oo t<? ?ap ?i wa Iiaia. ar Winmir mo , tl ?ba tea? utera ao aa V> rotjotra tkoromniittr.i to rr|>orttortb?HB ^ Mr r.*>r *(% f|M.k.? m ?" #r??*|l?n Br * .*'?? m*J . T or lollop It t Wilt w nr? row rt?* l?f 1.. U. l*..*laloaa <* ?? ?'* Orinea to* Iblr' in?atra appo not* thm lb.. *? urt*V- .to* T/.-??r r.- d Sag* aland**I ,< in. a-, kll . n?n*rtm?Bt (W???l " ? *WM r*?tt?*. J P " ?< W- Or^ to . IBM " Jft?o the *' '7 of Onlvrr, ?f l"? 1- ?>?iy? . it, f o-1 ??<?? n?*<l? ?ii ttin tf-ial toot id, qiibMm i.a* nr. amberiiy to report tbo Mil ooaa km t? rritnor ?h< o*n*l toll* en errtala ?'tlci?w ?u Vffirrr* 'O tbtrtl rnantnf. 1 n* Mi: ft*'!"' *e 't>* ?f ibo ? *n?' f*'t'lmM I Of f?w*n rr'n*nt in "fcr e*r? to h* fp.f tn I -omrl-a* fr# Mi'to Irgnil** tho aotioc o< t#n b >*?d of iipnrnaara of tiro York, m*po*tW? tb? p?y ?r#t f| |Kr< *toi? 'M fa* stilt* tb* M.'Mttor C *?rt, * * rafcriw* t>?* <* be if|i*rt*4 mtwpinwt fb# M l to M?? no* nrnattnf ilo*rd of Omni* fnnnrt wit ordtf'l to * thlrt m* ?!?< Too M I In r?t*Oi>*h ton nla'to* of ttin .1 Him of tbo mart of Api?*i? an.t J. *tto ? of in- dirr*** Henri wo* rr?t to a frond rommltl n? id* oh' -o. Ten Mil for the r )!? of it* w'ft and ot'ncr ok'l.twi <4 a trr.i **-rt ?? o>0nrnri in a tMM rnaotna tH* atn te rrlatioa to m*'k< of wa>ant and tar* m rut * an* twoaa*** (imMlit loird m*1ln*. 'h* Mil to mro-porM? llio Xoi rloan Nab'* I of MtWM *ti *r?t to lb* loMMtttnn nt Jtt*ni. , Tbn Mil pn?y?*t.? to? ?ho an* of new mrtilnaww ar